Following online voting that lasted weeks to select between three nominees, activist website StopAntisemitism.org announced this week that Ben & Jerry’s chairwoman Anuradha Mittal has been chosen the 2021 “Anti-Semite of the Year.”
The ice cream maker is owned by British conglomerate Unilever.
National Legal and Policy Center’s Tom Anderson exposed Mittal earlier this year in a series of reports in the New York Post and Washington Free Beacon for her anti-Semitic tweets, her radical support for terrorist organizations, and her potential self-dealing in helping direct funds from Ben & Jerry’s charity to her nonprofit group, where she is paid as executive director.
StopAntisemitism.org came up with this brief video to summarize Mittal’s odious beliefs and activities:
Despite her virulent anti-Israel tweets, Mittal denies she is anti-Semitic.
“The vile hate that has been thrown at me does not intimidate me. Pls work for peace – not hatred!” https://t.co/ySzioevIr6
— Anuradha Mittal (@Mittaloak) July 27, 2021
The Jewish Press noted NLPC’s complaint filed earlier this year with the IRS against Mittal over her alleged self-dealing.